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AC 6566

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6566. And Joseph wept when they spake unto him. That this signifies reception from love, is evident from the signification of "weeping," as being a significant of both sorrow and love (see n. 3801, 5480, 5873, 5927, 5930); from the representation of Joseph, as being the internal celestial (n. 5805, 5826, 5827, 5869, 5877, 6177, 6224); and from the signification of "speaking," as being influx, and thence reception (see n. 5797); for the influx is from the internal celestial, which is "Joseph," and the reception is by the truths in the natural, which are his "brethren." Hence it is evident that by "Joseph wept when they spake unto him" is signified reception from love.


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